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Aaron McQueen-Williams car death: Police offer reward

Aaron McQueen-Williams
Image caption Aaron McQueen-Williams died falling from a moving car in west London

Police investigating the death of a man who fell from a moving car have offered a reward of up to £20,000 for information leading to a conviction.

Aaron McQueen-Williams, 23, of Eastcote, north London, was found with head injuries on the eastbound A40 in Ealing, in west London, on 26 May.

He was taken to hospital but died six hours later. The car did not stop.

Scotland Yard wants to speak to anyone who saw a silver BMW 1 Series car being driven erratically that night.

A post-mortem said Mr McQueen-Williams died from blunt trauma to the head consistent with the fall.

Swerving car

Det Insp Steve Smith said: "I would particularly appeal to anyone who may have witnessed Aaron getting into a Silver BMW 1 Series car in or around Cranmer Close, Eastcote between 23:00 and midnight on Thursday 26 May to come forward.

"I am also very keen to hear from anyone driving eastbound along the A40, between The Target roundabout and The Hoover building in Perivale, just after midnight on 26 May."

He added that the Metropolitan Police, which is offering the reward, wanted to speak to anyone who saw the silver BMW 1 Series car swerving across different lanes of traffic.

In May, two men, 23 and 24, were arrested in connection with the case. Both were later bailed pending further inquiries.

The 24-year-old was subsequently released with no further action, while the 23-year-old is due to return to a London police station in January.

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